Lancers potential, coaches attracts 3

Lancers welcome three Ontario commits to their 2019 class.

Zack Argent, a linebacker from St. Anne’s Catholic High School, is ready to be a part of something bigger than himself after signing with the University of Windsor Lancers.

Offensive lineman Jaxon Morkin from Tecumseh Vista Academy and FPC running back Nik Gervasi from Korah Secondary School will also be joining the Lancers.

Zack Argent

Courtesy of Jack Argent.

Zack Argent is not only thinking about his future, but the future of his new team. “I chose Windsor because it is a program that I think is on the positive side of the rebuild process and I want to be a part of doing something special,” he said. “I think Windsor is a place where I can grow as a player and hopefully leave a prestigious legacy when I leave.”

The coaches will be there to help him in his quest. “The coaching staff at Windsor has been nothing but honest with me and that really does mean a lot. I think they are a good collection of dudes with pretty amazing accolades,” the product of Tecumseh, Ontario, said. “They are trying to put together something great and they are only a few pieces away in my opinion.”

Argent, who is 6’0, 195lbs, split his career between the St. Anne’s Saints (WECSSAA) and the Essex Ravens (OPFL). He is interested in taking biochemistry or human kinetics.

Jaxon Morkin

Jaxon Morkin is coming to the Lancers from Tecumseh, which is east of Windsor, Ontario. He attended Tecumseh Vista Academy. He was a member of the Essex Ravens (OPFL) where he played as a tackle and long snapper. The 6’3, 250lbs athlete was a 2015 all-star at the bantam level.

Nik Gervasi

Nik Gervasi was a member of the Korah Colts (NOSSA) in high school. He helped the Colts win a NOSSA title in 2018 with a 34-11 win over the West Ferris Trojans (NOSSA). Gervasi ran for 182 yards off of 21 carries. He also scored two touchdowns. The Colts also won the 2018 OFSAA North Bowl where he scored two touchdowns. Standing at 6’2, 250lbs, he is from Sault Ste. Marine, Ontario.

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